Tainted Supplement Recalls Prompt Call For Tighter Regulations – Letter
This article was originally published in The Tan Sheet
A research letter says that tainted supplements accounted for more than half of class I recalls from 2004-2012, and the researchers argue for stricter regulation. Industry points to a steep drop-off after 2010, and call for stronger enforcement of existing regulations.
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